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# 628 RGU, Dundee, and Birmingham take ladies titles

# 628 RGU, Dundee, and Birmingham take ladies titles

RGU celebrate the successful defence of their Div 1 BU GAA Ladies Football crown in Manchester last weekend. (Photo courtesy of BU GAA Facebook). A very exciting and competitive British Universities GAA Ladies Football Championships took place last weekend in Manchester and Coatbridge, Scotland. In Manchester, in a six team Division 1 [...]

# 626 BU GAA ladies big weekend

The British University GAA focus is on the Ladies Football Championships this weekend.  This event will see the best of UK college ladies football teams compete for honours in Div 1 and Div 3 in Manchester while Div 2 takes place in Coatbridge, Glasgow. BU GAA Co-coordinator Ronan McCarthy previews the big event and talks as well about the [...]

# 317 ‘Hope conquers all

# 317 ‘Hope conquers all

Liverpool Hope University broke their finals hoodoo to claim their first British Universities GAA Mens Gaelic Football Championship when outgunning rivals and holders, Liverpool John Moore's University (LJMU) in a thrilling OT game in Manchester on Sunday. 'Hope, pipped in three previous finals, looked to be staring another defeat in the face [...]

All Liverpool colleges final

It will be an all Liverpool final this year in the British Universities GAA Mens Gaelic Football Championship when reigning champions, Liverpool John Moore's University (LJMU) take on city rival Liverpool Hope University. In the first semi final, champions LJMU had the upper-hand over Londoner's, St Mary's on a scoreline of 0-11 to 1-2, but [...]

# 315 British Universities championships to go ahead despite weather

The 21st British Universities Mens Gaelic Football Championship, due to start Friday, will go ahead this weekend despite the bad weather but will see venues split between Birmingham and Manchester. The three day championships are held annually in Birmingham but because of freezing pitches many of the fields there have been ruled unplayable. One [...]

Fullen Gaels make history

Fullen Gaels make history

A Manchester sports club ...no, not the 'United' variety, made history over the weekend as Fullen Gaels Hurling Club won their first ever All Britain Club Championship last Sunday at Pairc na hEireann in Birmingham. In the final, Fullen Gaels, the only hurling club in Manchester and Lancashire, were up against the intermediate champions from [...]